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Here at digital OutPost we have the ability to create any kind of video to meet your company's needs. From corporate and government training videos to military recruitment and corporate marketing videos, the experience and expertise of our team can help your vision come to life.
Video allows your audience to see, hear and connect with you. A promotional video is a valuable marketing tool, highlighted on web sites and mobile devices, distributed on DVD, shown at trade shows and displayed in corporate lobbies. Training videos are an efficient way to provide consistent, effective training while saving significant training dollars.
Your project can be delivered in various file formats, including files for your website, on DVD or CD-ROM. Website files are used to engage viewers with facility tours, CEO welcomes, company overviews, training, or product demonstrations. DVDs can be distributed at trade shows and used in any DVD player. CD-ROM files, which are played in a computer, include electronic press kits, video and company catalog hybrids, interactive virtual tours, and video players for multiple video selections.
The turn around time for your video depends on the length and features of your production. Our production management team will keep you informed and guide you through the process every step of the way! We would be happy to meet with you so we can provide an accurate estimate of what it would take to complete your project.
We first meet with you to determine your message and objectives. This gives you the opportunity to express how you envision the end result and what you want to accomplish. You will be introduced to your Project Manager and they are happy to answer questions and guide you through the process.
Uncompressed video takes up a lot of space resulting in large and unmanageable file sizes. Because of its size, video must be compressed before it is put on the web. So the term "compressed" just means that the information is packed into a smaller space. dOP's proprietary compression process ensures your project will be of the highest quality video packed into the smallest amount of space.
Every video project is customized to your objectives and budget. The cost is determined by a variety of factors including:
  • the length of the finished project
  • 2D and 3D graphics
  • hired talent (actors/voiceover talent)
  • music
  • video shoot location(s)
  • delivery formats (DVD, CD-ROM, hyperlink, etc)
  • editing hours required
  • script writing
  • producer and/or director
  • subtitles and/or captioning
  • transcription services
OF COURSE! In fact, we can film on location and our crew and equipment have traveled all over the United States as well as internationally to create training, marketing, and PR videos.
Compared to typical tape-based production, tapeless production delivers a host of powerful benefits:
  • View recorded scenes immediately on the camcorder's LCD monitor, with no need to fast forward or rewind. Return to shooting immediately, without first cueing back to the end of the last shot.
  • Proxy AV enables you to quickly transfer relatively small files to a laptop for immediate viewing, logging, selecting takes and cuts-only editing.
  • Assets are data files that can be stored on any computer storage device and transferred over any data network.

Blu-ray, also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD) is the name of a next-generation optical disc format. The name Blu-ray is derived from the underlying technology, which utilizes a blue-violet laser to read and write data. The name is a combination of "Blue" (blue-violet laser) and "Ray" (optical ray). The format was developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. The format offers more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and 50GB on a dual-layer disc. Over 9 hours of high-definition (HD) video can be put on a 50GB disc. If you have standard-definition (SD) video content, you can fit about 23 hours on the same size 50 GB disc.

Blu-ray discs are not just for high-definition video. Blu-ray also supports greater audio quality as well. These include Linear PCM, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True HD as well as DTS, and DTS-HD.

In addition to the greater video and audio quality, the extra storage capacity also means there will be plenty of room for additional content and special features. This combined with the new BD-J (Java) interactivity layer adopted by Blu-ray will bring the menus, graphics and special features to a whole new level. The advanced interactivity combined with the networking features of Blu-ray will also allow content producers to support new innovative features such as downloading extras, updating content via the web, and watching live broadcasts of special events.

At first glance, Blu-ray and DVD discs look the same. What you don't see is within that shiny plastic disc. Here are some key differences between Blu-ray and a standard DVD. The first major difference is disc storage capacity. A Blu-ray disc can store 25GB on a single layer and 50 GB on a dual layer disc. Compare that to 4.7 GB on a single layer and 8.5 GB on a dual layer standard DVD. As stated previously, this storage capacity is needed to handle the higher resolution 1920x1080 (1080p) HD content. The standard resolution of a DVD is only 720x480. Also, to handle the higher resolution video, the data transfer rate is almost 5 times that of a standard DVD. Not only is Blu-ray capable of handling HD video, it offers a level of interactivity not found on a standard DVD.

Should you upgrade to Blu-ray? If you've have HD content or have ever seen high-definition (HD) video on an HDTV, then you know just how incredibly sharp the picture is and how vivid the colors are. In fact, HD offers five times the amount of detail compared to standard-definition (SD). This is where Blu-ray comes in. Blu-ray satisfies the storage capacity needs of HD. Thanks to the greatly enhanced HD video and audio quality as well as the advanced interactivity and networking features, Blu-ray represents a huge leap forward in the DVD viewing experience and will offer consumers an unprecedented HD experience.

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